From 9to5Toys.com:

Best Buy offers Microsoft Office 2011 Student Teacher Edition for Mac for $69.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on this Office suite (which doesn’t include Outlook).

Adobe offers $100 off for students on Creative Suite 6 applications using code BTS2012. This includes Adobe Lightroom for $79.99 and CS6 Master collection for $799.

For pros, Adobe offers CS6 Creative Cloud for $29.99/month for your first year of membership ($360 for the year or under $1/day). Offers end August 26th and 31st.

StackSocial offers downloads of the popular “Dreamweaver killer”  Square_fluxMacFlux 4 website building editor application for $44.  There is a huge list of great Mac software currently on sale at Stack Social here.

Get Hulu Plus free for two months. (offer only available to new subscribers – new email addresses).

For you authors out there, MacUpdate has StoryMill half off at $24.95 as a digital download. StoryMill is ideal for the aspiring novelist and described as:

Part word processor, part database, StoryMill 4 provides every author with the tools essential to writing a best seller: everything from project-wide annotations to centuries-spanning timelines, an industry first. StoryMill introduces aspiring authors to multi-level writing methods of tracking characters, scenes, and locations, while professional writers will appreciate StoryMill’s timesaving ability to oversee and manage the full creative process with Smart Views. Built from the ground up for Mac OS X, StoryMill offers an innovative way to channel and fine tune the creative writing process. Although StoryMill provides an impressive array of features to help you write and track the details of your story more effectively, none of them are required! StoryMill is incredibly flexible: it can simply be a no-nonsense place to write and revise using its distraction-free fullscreen and powerful annotations, or a complete database of every character, location, and scene that makes up your novel.

From inception to publication, writing a novel has never been easier.

Update: Dragon Dictation has been removed- it was the PC version

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